Triangular UIView or UIImageView Triangular UIView or UIImageView ios ios

Triangular UIView or UIImageView


Every UIView has a backing CALayer (accessible by aview.layer).

Every CALayer has a mask property, which is another CALayer. A mask allows to define a see-through shape for the layer, like a stencil.

So you need three UIImageViews, each of them has a different .layer.mask, each of these masks is a different CAShapeLayer whose .path are triangular CGPaths.

// Build a triangular pathUIBezierPath *path = [UIBezierPath new];[path moveToPoint:(CGPoint){0, 0}];[path addLineToPoint:(CGPoint){40, 40}];[path addLineToPoint:(CGPoint){100, 0}];[path addLineToPoint:(CGPoint){0, 0}];// Create a CAShapeLayer with this triangular path// Same size as the original imageViewCAShapeLayer *mask = [CAShapeLayer new];mask.frame = imageView.bounds;mask.path = path.CGPath;// Mask the imageView's layer with this shapeimageView.layer.mask = mask;

Repeat three times.


You can use UIBezierPath and CAShapeLayer to achieve this


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Step1: Copy following code

TrImageView.swift

import UIKitprotocol TriImageViewDelegate: class {    func didTapImage(image: UIImage)}class TriImageView:UIView {    //assumption: view width = 2 x view height    var images = [UIImage]()    var delegate:TriImageViewDelegate?    override func awakeFromNib() {        super.awakeFromNib()        //add imageviews        for i in 1...3 {            let imageView = UIImageView()            imageView.tag = i            imageView.userInteractionEnabled = true            self.addSubview(imageView)        }        //add gesture recognizer        self.addGestureRecognizer(UITapGestureRecognizer(target: self, action: #selector(TriImageView.handleTap(_:))))    }    //override drawRect    override func drawRect(rect: CGRect) {        super.drawRect(rect)        let width = rect.size.width        let height = rect.size.height        let frame = CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: width, height: height)        let pointA = CGPoint(x: 0, y: 0)        let pointB = CGPoint(x: width * 0.79, y: 0)        let pointC = CGPoint(x: width, y: 0)        let pointD = CGPoint(x: width * 0.534,y: height * 0.29)        let pointE = CGPoint(x: 0, y: height * 0.88)        let pointF = CGPoint(x: 0, y: height)        let pointG = CGPoint(x: width * 0.874, y: height)        let pointH = CGPoint(x: width, y: height)        let path1 = [pointA,pointB,pointD,pointE]        let path2 = [pointE,pointD,pointG,pointF]        let path3 = [pointB,pointC,pointH,pointG,pointD]        let paths = [path1,path2,path3]        for i in 1...3 {            let imageView = (self.viewWithTag(i) as! UIImageView)            imageView.image = images[i - 1]            imageView.frame = frame            addMask(imageView, points: paths[i - 1])        }    }    //Add mask to the imageview    func addMask(view:UIView, points:[CGPoint]){        let maskPath = UIBezierPath()        maskPath.moveToPoint(points[0])        for i in 1..<points.count {            maskPath.addLineToPoint(points[i])        }        maskPath.closePath()        let maskLayer = CAShapeLayer()        maskLayer.path = maskPath.CGPath        view.layer.mask = maskLayer    }    //handle tap    func handleTap(recognizer:UITapGestureRecognizer){        let point = recognizer.locationInView(recognizer.view)        for i in 1...3 {            let imageView = (self.viewWithTag(i) as! UIImageView)            let layer = (imageView.layer.mask as! CAShapeLayer)            let path = layer.path            let contains = CGPathContainsPoint(path, nil, point, false)            if contains == true {                delegate?.didTapImage(imageView.image!)            }        }    }}


Step2: Set the custom class

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Step3: Use it

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